Kenneth Brown was one of the most impactful players for the Lake Michigan Admirals last year.
He played in 16 out of 18 games during the 2014 season, averaging 18 points per game, 40 total assists and was second on the team with 22 steals.
After the 2014 PBL season came to a conclusion, Brown would continue on to play. He signed a professional contract to play in the Liga Superior de Baloncesto (Superior Basketball League), the highest professional basketball league in Cuba. Moving up to another professional league, Brown would utilize his skills he developed in the PBL to create some incredible numbers. Brown would go on to score an average 31.3 points per game, 7.3 rebounds per game and shot 45% from the field.
His incredible numbers silenced the fans of his opposing teams and shows the hard-work and effort he puts into the game. Brown would go on to receive the L.S.B. scoring title and also the league's Most Valuable Player of the year award.
Congratulations, the PBL, its fans and Admirals Nation are all proud of your great achievements. After having such a strong rookie year in Lake Michigan, the PBL and Admiral' fans hope to see the young star return.
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Many people at the beginning of the season and during the championship last season criticized the Spurs losing because of their age.
Led by 38-year old Tim Duncan, the Spurs proved that not to be an issue after dominating the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the championship series to win their fifth franchise title.
The Spurs beat the Heat 104-87, keeping the double-digit victory streak alive, winning every game by at least 15 points.
This was Tim Duncan's fifth championship ring, tying him with Kobe Bryant and putting him only one ring behind the legendary Michael Jordan.
Duncan never announced during the championship ceremony whether he would be back at training camp next year, or if he was going to retire. After 17 years in the NBA he obviously still has the skills to compete, so in the mean time fans will have to wait.
On Monday, June 9th the Rochester Razorsharks had a day dedicated to them in Rochester, New York.
Mayor Lovely Warren and her staff at city hall took the time to present the Razorsharks with a Mayoral Proclamation in honor of Razorsharks Day. They 'Sharks received this award for their outstanding performance during the 2014 season after winning the Eastern Conference and the PBL Championship Title.
This was the Razorsharks fourth championship since the PBL started in 2008.